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Vibrant Hong Kong; Li River day cruise; Glitzy Shanghai; 4-night first class Yangtze River cruise; Xi'an & Terra Cotta Warriors; Strolling the Great Wall; Forbidden City tour
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Prices are in US Dollars (USD), before taxes (if applicable) - All pricing reflects per-person Land Only expenses, however, we can book flights from virtually every city. Please call us for an air quote.
|Start Date||End Date||Price||More Info|
|Fri 03 Apr 2015||Fri 17 Apr 2015||$3490|
|Fri 22 May 2015||Fri 05 Jun 2015||$3490|
|Fri 04 Sep 2015||Fri 18 Sep 2015||$3490|
Optional Single Supplement: $920 (number of singles limited).
This tour may require a mandatory single supplement charge of $340, if twin-sharing accommodation is unavailable.
As we stand atop Victoria Peak in Hong Kong, we look down at a sprawling city that seems like it would go on forever if it were not for the shores of the Pearl River Delta bringing it to an abrupt end. China is full of these spectacular moments where we have to stand motionless for a few minutes in order to soak in what we're actually looking at, but in no time at all, we will learn that seeing is believing. Such a place as this can easily fill several photo albums and provide stories enough for a lifetime. Not only are there the famous sites to see, such as the Great Wall of China and the Terracotta Warriors, but an adventure in rural China is also on our itinerary. A cruise on the Yangtze River takes us along some of the most stunning landscapes in all of the country and through waters that were known to be treacherous for seafaring pioneers before man-made alternations made for an easier and safer ride. An excursion to the town of Fengdu brings us into contact with ghostly legends that have made themselves known through Chinese literature.
Donna H. (Vancouver, BC, CA)
Jonathan is very knowledgeable and organized. He was very capable of adapting to unexpected issues that required minor changes in itinerary. Excellent choice of restaurants.
Robert S. (Edmonton, AB, CA)
Yes. We had the opportunity to taste a myriad of local dishes at some very good restaurants. Our tour leader often brought us to places that served the specialty of the region, always a gastronomic delight.
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